John O'Ryan is Orion - more than human, less than a god, cast away on the seas of Time to do battle among the Creators for the future of mankind. Now the eternal warrior finds himself separated from his great love, Anya, and marooned in Macedonia under the reign of Phillip - fighting alongside the young Alexander, and at the mercy of a Queen Olympias who is far more than she seems.
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My first Ben Bova book, and I loved it
I like how Stefan Rudnicki personalizes the aditude of the characters in the novels he reads, I have heard a few books that had a good story but the narrator was so flat I couldn't listen to the book, or others who change volume so much that I'm fighting with the volume control too much to enjoy the story
I don't know, this title seems to be in a new category for me, the only other one I can think that it might compare to is "Enchanted" by Orson Scott Card,
He is much better at personalizing charators than I am in my own mind
The only part I didn't really like was the ending where Orion gets killed by his friend whom he trusted
Worth the money enjoyable sifi fantasy opera
Value for money
Orion he's the hero
Good voices easy to keep track who and what's happening
No but was wanting more when it ended